2013 Summer Camp Sessions at Camp Grizzly
FULL June 23-29 FULL July 21-27
FULL July 7-13 FULL July 29-Aug 3* Monday Start
FULL July 14-20 FULLAug 4-Aug 10
Base Camp Fee is $285 per Scout / $150 per Adult
or as low as $243.75 for Inland Northwest Council Scouts
$261.25 for out-of-council Scouts
See the 2013 reservation form for payment details, available discounts & promotions
*Rover Week at Boy Scout Camp-Camp Easton Week 1 & Camp Grizzly Week 5:
Boy Scouts who cannot attend camp with their troop, or who wish to have a second week of camp, may attend camp by themselves as ‘Rovers.’ The camp forms a temporary troop and provides adult leadership for the week. Scouts enjoy all normal camp activities during Rover Week. Adults are not required for Rover Week, as the camp provides leadership. Adults wishing to attend must be approved by the camp director, serve in a leadership capacity in the Rover troop, and pay the adult fee (no free adults granted for Rovers).
Download a Rover Troop Reservation Form CLICK HERE
How to get to Camp Grizzly: Camp Grizzly is located about 12 miles east of Potlatch, ID just off Hwy 6 next Lair State Park. The best way to get there will depend on where you are coming from. The street address for Camp Grizzly is 1101 Palouse River Rd., Harvard, ID. Plug the address into Mapquest and you will get good directions.
What merit badges are offered at Camp Grizzly? Camp Grizzly offers a wide variety of merit badges including; Canoeing, Swimming, Lifesaving, Archery, Rifle Shooting, Shotgun Shooting, Fishing, Orienteering and much much more! Camp Grizzly offers more than 30 different merit badges each summer. For a listing of merit badges offered consult the Camp Leaders Guide.
Besides merit badges, what is there to do at Camp Grizzly? In addition to a great merit badge program Camp Grizzly offers several activities including; BSA Snorkelling, BSA Mile Swim, BSA Lifeguard, mountain biking, outpost camping, 3-D action archery, black powder rifle shooting, camp-wide games, campfire programs, and more.
Mountain Biking Program: The Grizzly Mountain Bike experience is one that older Scouts won't soon forget. Challenging trails around and through Camp will give even the most experienced biker a thrill. Camp Grizzly will provide some bicycles. However, to insure that all Scouts get an opportunity to participate Scouts can bring their own bikes to camp.